Hebrews 4 and Hebrews 10 both speak of walking boldly into the throne room of God. And that word ‘boldly’ in the Greek is actually all outspokenness, all bluntness, frankness, unreservedness of speech, freedom to say what we want to say. Isn’t that amazing that you can walk right into the throne room of God and express your heart? Whatever your needs are, whatever your desires are, whatever your thankfulness is, you get to walk right into the throne room without being worried about what you say, but having total freedom as a son or a daughter to say what’s on your heart.
When we do that, we don’t come with accusation and we don’t come with dishonor, not with blame against God. If we do have that, we can say and express our heart, “God I’m having trouble, and this is how I feel,” but we don’t do it railing against Him. We come as a son and daughter expressing our heart to our Father. But when we do that, we have complete freedom to share what’s on our heart and to express our need and our heart to Him. This is our good Father who gives us the invitation to come and meet with Him. This is your good Father and to speak to Him about any matter at all. When we do that, when we pour out our thoughts to Him, when we pour out our hearts, we don’t just walk away and leave the throne room; we stand there. And if we have asked Him questions or we’ve presented something that we’re struggling with, even as we relate to Him, we don’t walk away. We wait, we stay there and we listen and we wait for His response, because a good Father is a Father God who dialogues with us. And He will do that.
And His response may not be, you may not hear words, you may not hear or see a picture, but you may just have a sense of peace. That’s a God answer. But whatever your need is, know that you have freedom to walk into the throne room boldly with all outspokenness, with all confidence that God wants to see you. He wants to dialogue with you. He wants to know what’s on your heart. He already knows it. He wants to hear it from you, and He wants you to express it freely without being worried or afraid of how He will receive you.
So let me pray for you. God, I thank you for this one who is watching this video, and I pray that you would help them to even express what they don’t even know is in their hearts. I ask that you would draw them as a good Father into that place of acceptance, of freedom to come before you and share what’s on your heart. I ask that you would give them the courage to walk in, to stand before you and to pour out their need, to express their hearts to you. God bless you. You are a son or a daughter, and you have freedom to enter into the throne room of your King, Father.
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